When creating my indesign files for Android 1280x800 it's recommended to create pages at 1280x752 when just in landscape, like my files are. so that's what I've done.
Question, should I used the standard drop down of 1280x800 to create the new folio, or use a custom size of 1280x752....or doesn't it matter?
The aspect ratio of the source documents needs to match the folio's aspect ratio. If you're creating a landscape-only folio for Android tablets, create a 1280x756 folio, and create 1280x756 InDesign documents. If portrait-only, create a 1232x800 folio and 800x1232 InDesign documents. If both, use 1232x752 for folio size and document size.
Cool, thats what I thought :-)
So I have the Android and iPad folio's under the same client and adobe ID, but I didnt expect the ipad version to show up in the viewer on the galaxy tab, is it because they are fairly similar sizes?? or have I done something wrong?
yea, thats what I did. Create another folio, different size same name. Its apearing in the galaxy tab content viewer fine, and if the ipad version is supposed to then thats OK too, as lond as it meant to :-)
yep, Folio names identical, publication name the same, just called the Android version "Android" in folio number and the folio number of the iPad is v1, they still both appear, but hopefully users will see the folio called "Android" and choose that!
If it's a retail folio, the Product ID values also need to be the same. If it's a subscription app, the Publication Date values also need to be the identical -- for each folio rendition, choose the same date from the Calendar widget in Folio Producer.
Of course, the Folio Name values need to be identical. It's case-sensitive. Be careful about extra spaces.